Midwinter


Midwinter
Midwinter \Mid"win`ter\, n. [AS. midwinter.] The middle of winter. --Dryden. [1913 Webster]

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  • midwinter — (n.) also mid winter, O.E. midwinter, also midde winter; see MID (Cf. mid) + WINTER (Cf. winter) (n.). The middle of winter, especially the period around the winter solstice (Dec. 21). As an adjective from mid 12c …   Etymology dictionary

  • midwinter — [mid′win′tər] n. 1. the middle of winter 2. the time of the winter solstice, about Dec. 22 adj. of, in, or like midwinter …   English World dictionary

  • midwinter — ► NOUN 1) the middle part of winter. 2) the winter solstice …   English terms dictionary

  • Midwinter — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Midwinter (homonymie). La midwinter (ou Mid Winter) est une fête célébrée par le personnel des bases situées en Antarctique, dans la période du 21 juin, au beau milieu de l hiver austral[1]. Non reconnue… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • midwinter — [[t]mɪ̱dwɪ̱ntə(r)[/t]] also mid winter N UNCOUNT Midwinter is the period in the middle of winter. ...the bleak midwinter. ...the cold midwinter weather …   English dictionary

  • midwinter —    Although the astronomical solstice is 21 December, midwinter is a looser concept. Anglo Saxons used the term *Yule to cover a period of some weeks on either side of the solstice, and in medieval times there were links running from the feast of …   A Dictionary of English folklore


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